I don't know if you are working T&M, maybe you are, but unless you are working for T&M what difference would the mark up precentage be? If all the customer is getting is a final price for the job you can mark up your rental %10,000 and be working for $1.00 an hour if you want. What you mark it up and everything else just goes into creating a number for the job as a total that the customer either says yes or no to.Thanks, I assumed most would. But what would you call a standard mark up? I mark up my materials 60%, but my materials rarely exceed 10% of my total job cost. I would think that 60% would be awfully high for a piece of equipment that I get delivered, use, and have them pick back up. Would there be a different mark up for equipment versus materials?
:blink: .... no ... i like to lose a little bit of money every now and then. Keeps me hungry :laughing:I often have to rent scaffolding, lifts, etc for jobs. I usually tack a little something on to the rental price basically to cover myself if I go over a day on the use. Do you guys generally mark up rental equipment?